Postnatal Exercise Classes – “Mums in Motion”

How come it is so difficult to exercise after becoming a new mum? Specialised Postnatal Exercise is the best way to go.

Are you...
• Lacking Motivation?
• Feeling tired?
• Worried about interfering with your breast milk?
• Lacking support?
• Concerned about leaving your baby in a creche

You Are Not Alone!

Mums in Motion is a Postnatal Exercise Class that runs over 8 weeks meeting once a week. All sessions are on the swiss ball and the intensity of the workouts are increased each week. Each Mum receives her own postnatal exercise workbook with readings and homework exercises. Babies are included in the workouts so there’s no need to worry about childcare.

Safe and effective Postnatal Exercise Classes are currently running in Dunedin, Central Otago, Wellington, Hutt Valley, Tauranga and Mt Manganui. Please contact a trainer in these areas to see what time’s and day’s these classes are running.

Postnatal exercise can be hard for some but we ease you into it with this program so don't be afraid everyone has to start somewhere, its doesn't matter how old your baby is.

Courses will be running every week. More Classes will be added as the business grows so please feel free to express your interest in different session times, days and locations. Contact us to reserve your place now

Times and day's on when this programme is offered varies between regions and places do fill up fast.
Your 8 week programme includes a Workbook and Baby Blanket.
Email a trainer in your area or call if you are interested in this programme.

From the Mothers Mouth:

“I loved going to the classes, especially to motivate myself. It was great to come out of the class and ‘feel’ that I had worked my body. l loved having the opportunity to use the swiss ball at home”

“Excellent, motivating course that gave results in a happy, supportive environment to share with your baby”

“Fun and enlightening….. learnt that it is quality not quantity to get results”

One of the Active Mums philosophies is that once you start, you keep going... ‘Groups in Action‘

I do not love him because he is good,but because he is my little child. Rabindranath Tagore